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A. J. Ray, SYLVIA VAN KIRK. "Many Tender Ties: Women in Fur-Trade Society, 1670-1870" (Book Review), The American Historical Review, vol. 90. p. 245, 1985.
A. J. Ray, Indians in the fur trade: their role as trappers, hunters, and middlemen in the lands southwest of Hudson Bay, 1660-1870 : with a new introduction. Buffalo; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974.
A. J. Ray, Indian treaty-making policy in the United States and Canada, 1867-1877, PACIFIC HISTORICAL REVIEW, vol. 71. pp. 675-677, 2002.
A. J. Ray, The Ojibwa of Western Canada, 1780-1870 Laura Peers, Pacific Historical Review, vol. 65, pp. 135-136, 1996.
A. J. Ray and Heidenreich, C., The Early Fur Trades: A Study in Cultural Interaction, First edition. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1976.
A. J. Ray, Reviews of books – The Ojibwa of Western Canada, 1780-1870 by Laura Peers, Pacific Historical Review, vol. 65. p. 135, 1996.
A. J. Ray, I have lived here since the world began: an illustrated history of Canada's native people // Review, The Beaver, vol. 76. p. 39, 1996.
A. J. Ray, Treaty 8 and expert witnesses: a reply to Robert Irwin, BC Studies, p. 102, 2000.
A. J. Ray, Miller, J., and Tough, F., Bounty and Benevolence : A Documentary History of Saskatchewan Treaties. McGill-Queens University Press, 2000.
A. J. Ray, The Early Hudson's Bay Company Account Books as Sources for Historical Research: An Analysis and Assessment, Archivaria, vol. 1, p. 3, 1975.
P. Raibmon, Indians, Land, and Identity in Washington (or, Why Cross-Border Shop): A review essay, BC Studies, p. 93, 1999.
P. Raibmon, "How to Talk About Relations Between Indigenous Peoples and Europeans", The Tyee, 2018.
P. Raibmon, Unmaking Native Space: A Genealogy of Indian Policy, Settler Practice, and the Microtechniques of Dispossession, in The Power of Promises: Rethinking Indian Treaties in the Pacific Northwest, A. Harmon Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2008, pp. 56-85. (575.41 KB)
P. Raibmon, LIVING ON DISPLAY: Colonial Visions of Aboriginal Domestic Spaces, BC Studies, vol. 140, pp. 69-89, 2003. (2.99 MB)
P. Raibmon, Obvious but Invisible: Ways of Knowing Health, Environment, and Colonialism in a West Coast Indigenous Community, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 2018. (311.74 KB)
P. Raibmon, Theatres of contact: The Kwakwaka'wakw meet colonialism in British Columbia and at the Chicago World's Fair, CANADIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, vol. 81, pp. 157-190, 2000. (268.7 KB)
P. Raibmon, Back to the future?: Modern pioneers, vanishing cultures, and nostalgic pasts (review essay), BC Studies, p. 187, 2002.
P. Raibmon, The Practice of Everyday Colonialism: Indigenous Women at Work in the Hop Fields and Tourist Industry of Puget Sound, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol. 3, pp. 23-56, 2006. (1.28 MB)
P. Raibmon, " Handicapped by distance and transportation": Indigenous Relocation, Modernity and Time-Space Expansion, American Studies, vol. 46, pp. 363-390, 2005. (3.32 MB)
P. Raibmon, Naturalizing Power: Land and Sexual Violence Along William Byrd’s Dividing Line, in Seeing Nature Through Gender, V. Scharff Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2003, pp. 20-39. (464.29 KB)
P. Raibmon, A new understanding of things indian: George Raley's negotiation of the residential school experience (Coqualeetza Indian Residential School, Sardis, BC), BC Studies, p. 69, 1996. (9 MB)
P. Raibmon, Authentic Indians: episodes of encounter from the late-nineteenth-century Northwest coast. Durham: Duke University Press, 2005.
P. Raibmon, Jenson, J., and Polletta, F., The Difficulties of Combating Inequality in Time, Daedalus, vol. 148, no. 3, 2019.
P. Raibmon, Meanings of Mobility on the Northwest Coast, in New Histories for Old: Changing Perspectives on Canada's Native Pasts, T. Binnema and Neylan, S. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2007. (4.48 MB)